- In a radio interview, Pol Espargaro upholds that he is content with his place at Red Bull KTM but remains curious to find out how he could perform for Honda as he believes the RC213V would suit his riding style. The Spaniard is also confident he has “four or five good years left” as a competitive MotoGP rider if he stays injury free. (Marca)

- Maverick Vinales has shed light on his motocross training injury which forced him to spend a night in hospital as a precaution last month. Speaking in an Instagram Q&A with sunglasses sponsor Oakley, the Yamaha rider has confirmed he injured his lower back and damaged his L1 and L2 vertebrae. But due to the unexpected delay to the MotoGP season it will allow him to make a full recovery before racing returns. (Speedweek)

- Andrea Dovizioso expects the riders who can adapt the best, both physically and mentally, to returning to MotoGP racing after such a long break will be the fastest at the opening rounds when the season eventually starts. (GPOne.com)

- KTM’s motorsport director Pit Beirer believes MotoGP racing won’t return until potentially September but the organisers can line-up a 10-race season which he feels would be acceptable given the coronavirus crisis. (Speedweek)

- Dominique Aegerter scrubs in to help do his part in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic by disinfecting the ‘Residencia Sant Pere de les Fonts’ nursing home which is run by his fitness trainer Pol Rueda and close to where he is currently training during the shutdown. (AS.com)



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